Dealing with Binary Resource Streams and Tombstoning

-or- Sync’ing OData to Local Storage in Windows Phone (Part 3) If you have been following this series, you know that I have been demonstrating a way to persist data from an OData feed to a local Windows Phone (“Mango”) device. Just to refresh, here are the benefits of maintaining a local cache of data:…

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Storing Complex Types, Binary Resources, and Other Tricky Things

-or- Sync’ing OData to Local Storage in Windows Phone (Part 2) In my previous post in this series, I described how to use a T4 template in Visual Studio to generate a hybrid proxy that supports both OData feeds and local database storage. There were also a few local storage issues that I didn’t get…

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Sync’ing OData to Local Storage in Windows Phone (Part 1)

or My First T4 Template This is the first blog post in a new series that focuses on my work to develop prescriptive guidance for synchronizing clients with cloud services—more specifically, how to best create and maintain a local cache of OData entities on a Windows Phone client. This post deals specifically with my first…

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Future Improvements for the PASS Event Browser App

-or- Inside the PASS Event Browser for Windows Phone (Part 3) OK, and now for the final installment of the series about my PASS Event Browser app. Improvements in v2.0 As I am writing this post, I have just submitted v2.0 of the PASS Events Browser, which includes the following improvements: Filtered queries are now…

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Publishing My First Windows Phone App to the Marketplace

-or- Inside the PASS Event Browser for Windows Phone (Part 2) OK, so here is the second part of what has turned out to be a very long blog post about my PASS Events Browser app for Windows Phone 7.5 (“Mango”). In the previous post, I covered the technical and design decisions that I made…

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